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The Organisation of conceptual knowledge in the brain
by Psychology Press, Simultaneously published in the USA and Canada by Taylor and Francis in Hove, East Sussex, New York, NY
Written in English
|Other titles||Cognitive neuropsychology|
|Statement||edited by Alex Martin and Alfonso Caramazza|
|Contributions||Martin, Alex, 1949-, Caramazza, Alfonso|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 195-592 :|
|Number of Pages||592|
Distributed brain systems contribute to representation of semantic knowledge. Whether sensory and motor systems of the brain are causally involved in representing conceptual knowledge is . Embodiment and the Organization of Conceptual Knowledge in the Brain Humanities Institute at Stony Brook p r e s e n t s A key finding to emerge from functional neuroimaging studies is that our conceptual system is grounded in perception, action, and emotion processing systems. In the brain, this grounding takes the.
(). The Interpretation of Semantic Category-specific Deficits: What Do They Reveal About the Organization of Conceptual Knowledge in the Brain? Neurocase: Vol. 4, No. , pp. Cited by: Grid cells are thought to provide the neuronal code that underlies spatial knowledge in the brain. Grid cells have mostly been studied in the context of path integration. However, recent theoretical studies have suggested that they may have a broader role in the organization of general knowledge. Constantinescu et al. investigated whether the neural Cited by:
In cognitive linguistics, conceptual metaphor, or cognitive metaphor, refers to the understanding of one idea, or conceptual domain, in terms of example of this is the understanding of quantity in terms of directionality (e.g. "the price of peace is rising") or the understanding of time in terms of money (e.g."I spent time at work today").. A conceptual domain can be any mental. Semantic Dementia and the Organization of Conceptual Knowledge accesses, and manipulates this conceptual knowledge. In semantic dementia, a rare variant of frontotemporal dementia, patients lose concept knowledge in a progressive and debilitating fashion. Early on, caused by damage to a brain region called the anterior temporal lobes.
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Tranel, Kemmerer, Adolphs, Damasio, Damasio, Neural Correlates of Conceptual Knowledge for Actions. The Organisation of Conceptual Knowledge in the Brain Alfonso Caramazza, Alex Martin The purpose of this volume is to provide a forum for new findings and critical, theoretical analyses of existing data from patient and functional brain imaging studies.
The organisation of conceptual knowledge in the brain: The future's past and some future directions. Full Article. Figures & data. References. Citations. Metrics. Reprints & Permissions. by: More recently, researchers have sought to test hypotheses developed on the basis of neuropsychological evidence with functional imaging.
From those two fields, the empirical generalization emerges that object domain and sensory modality jointly constrain the organization of knowledge in the : Bradford Z.
Mahon, Alfonso Caramazza. A second group of theories, based on the correlated structure principle, assumes that the organisation of conceptual knowledge in the brain is a reﬂection of the statistical co-occurrence of object properties in the world.
The organisation of conceptual knowledge in the brain: neuropsychological and neuroimaging perspectives: a special issue of Cognitive neuropsychology Author: Alex Martin. An important theoretical aspect of the categorical brain organization that is still A., & Mahon, B.
The organisation of conceptual knowledge in the brain. THE BRAIN’S CONCEPTS: THE ROLE OF THE SENSORY-MOTOR SYSTEM IN CONCEPTUAL KNOWLEDGE Vittorio Gallese Università di Parma, Italy George Lakoff University of California, Berkeley, USA Concepts are the elementary units of reason and linguistic are conventional and rela.
6. 1) ORGANIZATION OF DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION OF KNOWLEDGE IN MIND THEORIES ON CONCEPT ORGANIZATION FEATURE-BASED CATEGORIES: A DEFINING VIEW EXEMPLARS A SYNTHESIS: COMBINING FEATURE-BASED AND PROTOTYPE THEORIES THEORY-BASED VIEW OF CATEGORIZATION PROTOTYPE THEORY.
This proposal fully embraces a hierarchical view of the organization of conceptual knowledge: the organization of the ventral stream reflects the final product of a complex tradeoff of pressures, some of which are expressed locally within the ventral stream and some of which are expressed as connectivity to the rest of the brain.
Our suggestion is that connectivity to the rest of the brain Cited by: The development of organization in children’s memory has received substantial but rather can be attributed to developmental changes in the structure and content of children’s conceptual representations.
Organization in memory does become strategic, I believe, sometime during adolescence, resulting in a qualitatively different type of Cited by: Start studying Chapter 8: The Organization of Knowledge in the Mind.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The organization and representation of conceptual knowledge in the brain remains a controversial issue in terms of both neuropsychological and imaging evidence.
We report the results of a functional magnetic resonance study in which the role of the most debated dimensions (domain and feature type) was evaluated through a concept–feature verification by: One class of theories, based on the ‘neural-structure principle’, assumes that the organization of conceptual knowledge is governed by representational constraints internal to the brain itself.
Two types of neural constraints have been invoked: modality specificity and Cited by: Book Review: The Organisation of Conceptual Knowledge in the Brain: Neuropsychological and Neuroimaging Perspectives Author(s) Dirk B.
den Ouden, University of South Carolina - Columbia FollowAuthor: den Ouden, B Dirk. Considering how computational properties of the brain inform cognitive functions, this book presents a unique conceptual introduction to cognitive neuroscience.
This essential guide explores the complex relationship between the mind and the brain, building upon the authors’ extensive research in neural information processing and cognitive.
The domain-specific hypothesis of the organization of conceptual knowledge in the brain (Caramazza & Shelton ) assumes that the first-order constraint on the organization of information within the conceptual system is object domain.
The semantic categories that may be organized by domain-specific constraints are limited to those that could Cited by: The organization and representation of conceptual knowledge in the brain remains a controversial issue in terms of both neuropsychological and imaging evidence.
We report the results of a functional magnetic resonance study in which the role of the. The Distributed Domain-Specific Hypothesis. A domain-specific neural system is a network of brain regions 11 in which each region processes a different type of information about the same domain or category of objects 2, The types of information processed by different parts of a network may be sensory, motor, affective or by:.
Conceptual knowledge, by comparison, develops later as the user interacts with various aspects of the Internet, including visiting websites or sending emails or instant messages. One conceptual challenge in understanding the Internet is its profound social and technical complexity.Knowledge Organizat no.
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By combining functional MRI with computational modeling, we find that object representations in the human hippocampus are dy-namically updated with concept-relevant information during by: